Tom Cruise working with NASA and SpaceX on movie to be shot in outer space
Deadline reported that the project was in
Just when it seems Tom Cruise has conquered every feat in Hollywood, he has another trick up his sleeve.
The 57-year-old movie icon is reportedly working with NASA and Elon Musk's SpaceX to develop a film shot in outer space, according to Deadline.
The outlet said that the film is "in the early stages of liftoff."
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While Cruise routinely engages in risky stunts for the "Mission: Impossible" franchise, the outlet reports this film will not be associated with those movies.
In past "Mission: Impossible" installments, Cruise performed daring stunts like hanging off the side of a jet plane and scaling skyscrapers.
As of right now, no film studio is on board, according to Deadline.
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Cruise has been nominated for three Academy Awards throughout his career and is set to appear in the sequel to his hit flick "Top Gun," which is scheduled to debut in December.
Reps for Cruise, SpaceX and NASA did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.
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